Here at JaF Morgans, certain phrases are frequently heard from visitors. They often say things like, “Your Morgans are so friendly!” Or, “The horses are so well behaved!” … or, “Gentle” … or, “Happy” … or, “Loving”. I look at the photographs I have from over the years, and you know what? They’re right! Morgans as a breed tend to be this way. I will admit though, that here, they seem especially so. I am very proud of the horses bred, raised, and trained here. They are exceptionally easy to train, they have a good work ethic, and they truly enjoy doing whatever is asked of them.
This past couple of years, I have had a change of heart in terms of selling very young stock. Due to the very promising placement of several foals over the last year, I have become convinced that it really isn’t as frightening an idea as I previously thought it was! I certainly understand the desire many folks have, of raising their own horse. My foals have a very, very strong foundation, and so, when experienced, knowledgeable people fall in love with one of the youngsters, I CAN be convinced to let that young Morgan go.
Additionally, I have occasionally sold an as-yet-unridden Morgan, or a very “green” one who has a beginning – but is not what I consider a well-started riding horse, yet. Because these young horses have become so very successful, I have decided to more seriously consider selling some of the younger stock. These lovely Morgans have a truly outstanding foundation, and are very gentle and well-mannered. If this is something that interests you, please feel free to contact me for additional information.